Working with high schools

Swanson, S.A.
October 2012
Crain's Chicago Business;10/29/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 44, p0024
The article reports on the potential skills gaps at Woodward Inc., a designer and manufacturer of components for industries such as aerospace and energy. Woodward's Aircraft Turbine Systems global human resources director June Hazzard recruits the staffers that the company needs via temporary agencies. She explains the company's approach to hire its workforce directly out of high school.


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